We all want to live longer and better. The long-awaited longevity diet could be simpler than many think. It would be enough to eat a lot of legumes, whole grains and vegetables; some fish; no red or processed meat and very little white meat; little sugar and refined grains; lots of nuts and olive oil and some dark chocolate. And all this consumed in periods of 11 to 12 hours, thus alternating periods of fasting.
This is confirmed by an article that has reviewed research on the longevity diet led by Valter Longofrom the Leonard Davis School of Gerontology at the University of California (USC) and Rozalyn Anderson, from the University of Wisconsin (USA), which is published in the journal Cell.